Dining Out in Dubai

Dubai offers lots of different dining establishments from top-class to mid-range to budget restaurants. The following are just a few of the choices on offer to visitors on their holiday deals to Dubai.

The Verre – Hilton Dubai Creek
Gordon Ramsey’s exquisite Verre restaurant is located in Deira. Offering good value meals this restaurant serves imaginative seafood and meat dishes. Try the salmon with a fricassee of peas and horseradish, your taste buds won’t be disappointed!

The Traiteur – Park Hyatt
A funky restaurant in Dera which is set on two floors connected by a long metal staircase suspended from the ceiling. Serving French cuisine the restaurant offers an impressive wine list.

The Rib Room – Jumeirah Emirates Towers
This chic classy restaurant serves fresh seafood and succulent steaks with a fine selection of wines.

The Pierchic – Jumeirah
Located in Jumeirah, the Pierchic sits on the end of a wooden pier that stretches out into the Gulf. With amazing views of the sea this sophisticated seafood restaurant offers fine seafood dishes with a Mediterranean influence. Although very classy, the restaurant has a minimalist decor appearance.

The Wox – Grand Hyatt
Located in downtown Dubai, the Wox is reminiscent of the street stands of South-East Asia but with more upmarket surroundings. The menu here includes noodle dishes and spicy cuisine.

The Al Hadheerah – Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa
The desert setting of the Al Hadheerah gives diners a unique dining experience. This open-air traditional Arabic restaurant serves a buffet of regional specialities including lamb kofta, stuffed vine leaves and delicious Um Ali which is a bit like a bread pudding. While diners enjoy their food they are entertained by dancing whirling dervish, belly dancers, musicians, falconry displays and henna painters.

Spectrum on One – The Fairmont
Known for its decadent Champagne brunch, the Spectrum on One serves Indian, Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Middle Eastern and European cuisine which is prepared in eight interactive kitchens. Diners also have the option to eat in a private dining room.

The Seville – Wafi Rooftop Gardens
This Andalucian tapas restaurant is full of warmth and charm. The menu includes a wide selection of hot and cold tapas, seafood paella and other Spanish specialities along with some fine Spanish wines.

Bussola – Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina
This delightful middle of the range restaurant is located on the beach near Dubai Marina. The ground floor offers chic dining with a seafood menu while the upper floor offers a trendy alfresco pizzeria and bar.

The Paithai – Madinat Jumeirah Resort
Set on the waterside of the Madinat Jumeirah you will need to take a water taxi to get to the Paithai. This romantic, peaceful, secluded restaurant serves classic Thai cuisine with a modern twist including the delicious roast duck in red curry sauce.

Spice Island – Renaissance Hotel
A good value restaurant for all-you-can-eat and drink option. Located in Deira, the Spice Island offers buffet dining with dishes from around the world. Dishes include Arabic, Indian, Mexican and Chinese.

The Boardwalk – Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club
Overlooking the marina and the Creek Park across the water the Boardwalk sits on a patio on the creek in Deira. This is a casual budget type restaurant with a good menu, including a special children’s menu.

The Noodle House – Jumeirah Emirates Towers
Another budget restaurant which is always busy. The restaurant serves good South-east Asian cuisine including curries, prawns and exotic lychee pine cocktails.

The More Cafe – Sheikh Zayed Road
This casual no-frills cafe is a great meeting place where people can catch up over lunch or dinner. The broad menu offers something for everyone to enjoy in a relaxed and cosy atmosphere. The More Cafe is a great place for the whole family to chill-out on their cheap package holidays to Dubai.

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